About the joint
Mr Tasty was a greasy spoon. Cheap burgers, poor quality. Probably a great cure for a hangover, but little else. And then, in 2011, No Bull popped up in it's place. Sitting inconspicuously at the north-east corner of Queen and Parliament, No Bull is now a shining beacon for quality burgers in Toronto's downtown core. Their beef is local, organic, ground fresh daily. Their fries and potato chips(!) are cut fresh daily. They have interesting toppings like guacamole and pineapple. Icing on the cake: super friendly staff. This is a quality burger joint.
A noteworthy menu item is their signature "No Bull" burger. It features two patties, cheese, peameal AND strip bacon, with a fried egg. No bull indeed.
by benjamin on February 8th, 2012
The best way to describe this burg from No Bull is "solid." Each time I've had one, I've wanted another right away. That's a great sign. The ingredients are all top notch: local, organic, freshly prepared. So, you might be confused as to my rating: a 7.5 seems mediocre. Well, it is and it isn't. In no was is this burg mediocre. Yet, wonderful though it may be, it does make less of an impression than a burg from Big Smoke or Great Burger Kitchen. It is certainly better than many burgs, but falls just shy of true burg greatness. The flavours, while enjoyable, do not excite. As stated, it is a solid burg. Nothing more, nothing less.
Of course, I will be back. I can confidently say that if you find yourself in Cabbagetown or Corktown, you will not regret stopping into No Bull. Highly recommended.